Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, PC | Law Firm in Dallas, Phoenix and Las Vegas | Tara Kern
   Dallas 214-979-7400 
        Phoenix 602-666-8410 
         Las Vegas 702-331-8470
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Tara  Kern


Electric Utility Law
Civil Litigation, Negligence, and Tort Liability
Construction Law
Business and Commercial Litigation


Texas Tech University, J.D. 2016 -- Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal: Vol. VII-VIII, Staff Editor, Comment Editor
Baylor University, B.B.A. Finance 2012


State of Texas (2016)

Admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern and Western Districts
Tara Kern
Tel: 214-979-7443
Fax: 214-979-402
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Tara Kern is an attorney at the Dallas office of Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, P.C. She has extensive experience handling a broad range of civil litigation matters, including tort actions, premises liability, commercial liability, construction liability, and trucking liability.  She also has experience defending complex, multi-party tort actions against electric utility providers throughout Texas. 

Further, Tara has experience defending corporations in appellate matters pending before the Third Court of Appeals and Texas Supreme Court. Specifically, Tara was lead appellate counsel and fully briefed arguments in a case regarding the special appearance of a nonresident corporation before the Texas Supreme Court: See: Frank Luciano and Helene Luciano v. SprayFoamPolymers.com, LLC, Cause No. 18-0350 (oral arguments heard 1/8/2020).
Additionally, during law school, Tara was a member of the Texas Tech University School of Law’s Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal where she wrote an article on equitable adoption in Texas that was published in Volume 7 of the Journal and received the Second Year Comment Award, which is awarded to the member who wrote the overall best article on the Journal. She also participated in Texas Tech University School of Law’s Regional Externship Program where she clerked at NorthWest Legal Aid in Fort Worth, Texas and received a distinction designation for her participation.